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  • Lunch with Heritage Online Chat on the Week in Washington

    It’s been a very busy week in Washington. Obama unveiled his jobs plan, Rep. Gohmert’s (R-TX) introduced a jobs bill of his own, many education bills were introduced in the Senate, The Super Committee held meetings, and  there is the possibility of another bailout on the horizon. Click here to join us right now. We are joined by Heritage’s Senior Fellow in Government Studies Brian Darling and he is taking your questions about the different jobs plans, the Education bill, the Super Committee meeting, and what is next on list to be bailed out.

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    2 Responses to Lunch with Heritage Online Chat on the Week in Washington

    1. Roger King says:

      What do you think the odds are of a real comprehensive tax reform to lower taxes but eliminate loopholes and what do you think of such a plan?

    2. Linda says:

      Very informative and I thank you for doing this. Let me know when you do it again.
      God Bless your efforts

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